Are you interested in conducting state-of-the-art scientific research with one of the Nation's leading multidisciplinary science and technology programs?Are you a U.S. Citizen and a recent graduate of a Ph.D. program from a Historically Black College or University, Minority Serving Institution orTribal College or University?If your answer is yes to the above questions, this position may be for you!Administered by The Washington Center and led by NRL at their Washington,DC campus, this is a two-year appointment beginning in August 2020.Benefits include an annual stipend ($77,000), relocation costs (up to$6,000), health benefits and a specified research project with clearobjectives and goals. To be qualified you must be a U.S. Citizen (no dualcitizens) and have completed a doctoral program from an historically black college or university (HBCU), Minority Serving Institution (MSI) or Tribal College or University (TCU) within approximately one year prior to the start date. In this role, you will work alongside world-renownedscientists and engineers to strengthen Americas naval defense via science,technology, engineering, and/or mathematics (STEM) research. For moredetails about eligibility, program components and applicationinstructions, please visit: []

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

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